Morning Buzz | Protests Slow Down North American Pipeline Projects

In today’s buzz, resistance to Keystone XL impacts other pipeline projects, complications between Democrats and the white working class, and the crowning of TIME’s Person of the Year.

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Morning Buzz | CIA’s “Torture Report” Worse Than Anticipated

In today’s buzz, the CIA’s detention and interrogation programs fall under scrutiny after release of “torture report,” plus why Americans have stopped building churches.

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Morning Buzz | Walgreens Selling Hanukkah Gift Wrap with Swastikas

In today’s buzz, seven states have articles banning atheists from holding public office and nine percent of NY’s marriages are now same-sex.

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Morning Buzz | Considering Climate Change, AAR President Calls for End to National Meeting

In today’s buzz, the New York Times cites PRRI/AAR’s “riveting session” about climate change at AAR and Americans believe the country’s immigration system is broken.

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Morning Buzz | Seven-in-Ten Americans Support Goals of Obama’s Immigration Action

In today’s buzz, we release a timely survey on executive action and immigration, finding that 72 percent of Americans support the goals of President Obama’s immigration action.

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Morning Buzz | D.C. Council Unanimously Bans Gay-Conversion Therapy For Minors

In today’s buzz, race may impact a person’s concern about climate change, SCOTUS may be becoming wary of the death penalty, and your opinions may not be based on facts.

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Morning Buzz | International Climate Change Conference in Lima Heats Up

In today’s buzz, climate change talks kick off in Peru, Obama’s executive action on immigration divides religious groups, and new books explore religion and aliens.

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Morning Buzz | Do Good Christians Celebrate Black Friday?

In today’s buzz, Christians and capitalism, Republicans and abortion access, and atheism and the Deep South.

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Morning Buzz | America’s Age of Anxiety: How Fear May Have Influenced the Outcome of the 2014 Election

In today’s buzz, PRRI Research Director discusses American media and fear, Ferguson police officer retires, and Pope Francis predictions.

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Morning Buzz | Arkansas and Mississippi Overturn Same-Sex Marriage Bans

In today’s buzz, homogeneous groups make us feel safer, holiday driving proves to be more deadly, and five reasons to be more cheerful about social mobility this holiday season.

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